Bucket reads "Friendship in Adversity" across the top and the name "J. Beach" across the bottom. This very early bucket has a detailed image of two hands shaking and also the number "2" on back as if it would have gone with the number two fire truck/pumper.
1772. Detail from an engraving by Thomas Pennant, "Women at the Quern." This shows two women using a quern, or hand mill, to grind grain. You can see the petticoats, jackets or shortgowns, and checked neckerchiefs worn by the two women, and what appears to be a ring brooch fastening the neckerchief of the woman facing the viewer. She is also wearing a cap like those common elsewhere in Britain at this time, while the girl wears her hair in a ponytail with a fillet.